College Football writers spend much of the early spring looking for stories and in some cases need to get creative. Spring Preview 2008 The 20 Big Questions By Pete Fiutak http://cfn.scout.com/2/732508.html
is a case in point where he asks questions to fill the void one of which was the top 40 non-conference games. Based on that list here are the cheapest tickets for each of the games according to StubHub (with one exception).
10. Kansas at South Florida, Sept. 13
Section:Lower Level Sideline 133 Row:M Price: $95.00 each
High prices and high expectations in Tampa. These aren't the usual endzone specials just the lowest price being offered at this date.
9. Tennessee at UCLA, Sept. 6
Section: Bruin Reserved 22 Row:17 Price:$55.00 each
Knoxville to LA is a long trip. By comparison Fresno State tickets are $44 while USC tickets are $158.
8. Florida at Florida State, Nov. 29
Section: Sideline 2 7Row: 53 Price:$244.99 each
Cashing in on the rivalry game. There are two seats in the student section selling for $299.00.
7. Georgia Tech at Georgia, Nov. 29
Upper Level Sideline 611Row:49 Price: $250.00 each
Not the most expensive game on the schedule...Bama tickets will run you $365.
6. Miami at Florida, Sept. 6
Section: Upper Level Row: TBD Price:$299.00 each
Confirmed corner endzone seats are $350.
5. Alabama vs. Clemson (in Atlanta), Aug. 30
Section:Upper End Zone 309 Row:25 Price: $190.00 each
A suite at the game will run you $29,413.00.
4. Georgia at Arizona State, Sept. 20
Section: Upper End Zone 222 Row: 11 Price: $87.00 each
A bargain for Dawgs fans. Airfair to Arizonia with the tickets could be less than going to a home game in Athens. As for ASU ticket holders, time to cash in.
3. Auburn at West Virginia, Oct. 13
Section:Lower Level Family Fun Zone 134 Row: 43 Price: $182.00 each
Does Thursday Night hurt the ticket price.
2. Illinois vs. Missouri (in St. Louis), Aug. 30
Four tickets on eBay for $399.00 No listing on StubHub
1. Ohio State at USC, Sept. 13
Section:End Zone 16 Row: 89 Price: $314.99 each
We have a winner. The money agrees with Mr. Fiutak.